To begin the new academic year, His Grace shared with us his own experience of being a man of communion, inspiring us to be men of communion within our own seminary community first.
St Francis Xavier Major Seminary was happy to host six seminarians from the St Joseph’s Seminary, Diocese of Macau.
For the young men and women who are discerning, my advice is to ask “am I contented with the way I am living my Christian life?” If the answer is no, then do make an appointment with the various Vocation Directors in the Archdiocese for a chat.
My life “started” even before I was born into the world. My dad wanted to fulfill my grandmother’s wish of letting her
Brs Brandon, Francis and Joel answers some burning questions that some might have! Who inspired you the most on your vocation journey? Are things always so serious in the seminary? What is one piece of advice you have for those who are discerning a vocation towards the priesthood?
Part I: The First Quarter As I sit here before you, shoulders slumped, my insides feeling empty; yet, with a load on
‘Death, be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so;’ The first two lines of
A blessed night of easy conversation, light-hearted jokes and a time for us to get to know our Archdiocese's Chancellor better. We are most grateful for Friar John Paul's generosity in coming to spend time for and with us. May we continue to work together to serve and give our lives to the people of God in Singapore!
This year is the year of the pig. Although it is the last animal in the zodiac calendar, the Chinese generally see
Father Nicholas had some advice for seminarians and those who are in formation in the religious life. Sometimes we question our vocation, especially if there was nothing as miraculous as the calling of Isaiah. Don’t question your call but listen for the Inner voice of God. Do your best! God is in charge and He wants you.